Alaskan Tribal Community Creates Quality Compost

Mark Musick BioCycle April 2004, Vol. 45, No. 4, p. 27 Composting fish and forest wastes has become a major enterprise for the small Tlingit tribal village of Kake, Alaska on Kupreanof Island. The village – with only about 800 year-round residents – is the “urban center” of the island located in the heart of…

 

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